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New research has shed some light on the old mystery.
Scientists say that whales are adversely affected by other loud ocean noise produced by humans.
A team of Queensland scientists is using innovative methods to investigate the success of Australia's humpback whale populations.
Researchers are using drones to monitor the health conditions of humpback whales in Western Australia - with stunning results. Find out more.
Called “capital breeders”, the females build up energy reserves in summer feeding grounds – relying solely on fat stores throughout the breeding season.
The iconic white whale was seen swimming near Green Island.
With 45 cetacean species found around Australia, a huge variety of marine
mammals can potentially be spotted along the coastline or out at sea.
From May to November each year, Australia’s east coast transforms into a whale watching hot spot, with vast numbers heading north to breed after a summer spent feeding in Antarctic waters.
Tail extension, a mysterious and seldom-witnessed humpback whale behaviour, has been sighted multiple times in Moreton Bay Marine Park this past week.
Ningaloo Reef is world-renowned for its whale shark and manta ray experiences – and now humpbacks are being added to that list.